General Assembly

132

Short Title

Revise licensing rules for military personnel concealed carry 
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Long Title To amend section 2923.125 of the Revised Code to waive the concealed carry license fee for active members of the armed forces and retired and honorably discharged veterans, to accept military experience with firearms as proof of competency with firearms regardless of when the applicant for a license acquired the experience, to permit a licensee to renew a concealed handgun license at any time before the expiration of the license, and to require the Attorney General to monitor the number of license fees waived and cap the total amount allowed to be waived at $1.5 million.

Version

As Enrolled

Legislation Text

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Effective Date

November 5, 2018

Committees

House Armed Services, Veterans Affairs, and Homeland Security Committee
Senate Judiciary Committee
 
 

Primary Sponsors

Lou Terhar
 

Cosponsors

REPRESENTATIVES
Marlene Anielski
John Becker
Louis W. Blessing III
Andrew Brenner
Jim Butler
Rick Carfagna
Nicholas J. Celebrezze
Hearcel F. Craig
Bill Dean
Jonathan Dever
Keith Faber
Theresa Gavarone
Timothy Ginter
Doug Green
Christina Hagan
Stephen D. Hambley
Michael Henne
Glenn W. Holmes
James M. Hoops
Stephen A. Huffman
Jim Hughes
Terry Johnson
Candice R. Keller
Bernadine Kennedy Kent
Darrell Kick
Al Landis
Laura Lanese
George F. Lang
Riordan T. McClain
Derek Merrin
Adam C. Miller
Michael J. O'Brien
Rick Perales
Wes Retherford
Jeff Rezabek
Craig S. Riedel
Kristina Roegner
John M. Rogers
Mark J. Romanchuk
Scott K. Ryan
Tim Schaffer
Gary Scherer
William Seitz
Robert Sprague
Scott Wiggam
Shane Wilkin
Ron Young
SENATORS
Kevin Bacon
Troy Balderson
Bill Beagle
Edna Brown
Dave Burke
Bill Coley
Matt Dolan
John Eklund
Bob D. Hackett
Frank Hoagland
Jay Hottinger
Matt Huffman
Kris Jordan
Frank LaRose
Peggy Lehner
Gayle Manning
Rob McColley
Sean O'Brien
Larry Obhof
Scott Oelslager
Vernon Sykes
Cecil Thomas
Joe Uecker
Sandra R. Williams
Steve Wilson
 
 
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